The Fougasse is one of more 'exotic' breads of Southern France.
Our particular area's version involves covering the upper surface with olive oil (or pork fat) and finely minced garlic. Other areas use cheese, olives, or anchovies.
You really have to like the taste of strong garlic to enjoy this.
We buy one every Sunday, which, at lunchtime, is usually accompanied by a large bowl of home-made Humus. Nice.